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Pill ID by Imprint

Did you know that there are thousands of deaths each year, and many more reported cases of illness that are a direct result of the improper use of medication? Taking the wrong pills can be deadly, and if you find a pill that is outside of its container there is almost no way to tell exactly what it is. Even if it looks like something you normally take, make sure you don’t take an unidentified pill without first looking up its pill identifier imprint!

So what is a pill identifier imprint? These are special markings, logos or digits that must, by law, be included on every pharmaceutical pill manufactured in the United States. This applies to prescription medication, veterinary medications and most Over the Counter medication and many homeopathic medicines. The pill identifier imprint will be present on each pill, but actually finding a reference that can tell you what that pill is can be impossible. Other databases don’t allow look-ups by logo graphics and books often don?t include newer solid dosage form medications or pill ID imprint changes.

www.Drugid.info is a revolutionary new web resource that helps you look up any pill you find using its complete pill identifier imprint. This is an invaluable resource for private patients with a lot of medications to take, or for healthcare professionals as well. It is easy and quick to use our pill look-up facility, and we have an almost 100% success rate when it comes to identifying pills based on their pill identification imprint. This website is the number one resource for identifying medications, and no other pill identifiers can boast such high success rates.

Our website, www.Drugid.info is fast becoming one of the major resources for law enforcement when it comes to identifying loose medications found at the scene or on suspects. It can greatly help to classify evidence, or identify which medications a suspect or witness needs, even if they cannot tell you themselves. It is easy to find out exactly what a type of loose medication is by using the pill identifier imprint on each pill or capsule.

Not only will www.Drugid.info tell you exactly what kind of pill you are dealing with, it will also tell you its properties, recommended dosages, indications and contra-indications. This information can be vital when dealing with medicines found at a crime scene, or with a person who needs medication but cannot tell you what they take. If you are faced with a small, white capsule your only chance of finding out its name is through the pill identifier imprint.

There are books and catalogs available in your local library which can help you identify pills and capsules via their pill identifier imprint. Unfortunately, these go out of date so quickly that any new medication is unlikely to be found. Some of those books include pictures, but you can not look up a pill by picture. That is why www.Drugid.info is your only resource when it comes to identifying loose medication. Make sure you don?t waste any time when dealing with unidentified medications ? the results could be deadly! When you are not sure, check the pill id imprint!